Mastering the storm


The long, upwards float of the credit bubble means it has been years since the last spate of crisis close-outs in the capital markets. A whole generation of market personnel now finds itself facing the current crisis without direct experience of terminating transactions in disturbed market conditions. Many have been gaining experience in this previously unfamiliar realm through the lens of the various editions of International Swaps and Derivatives Association master agreements. In this article

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